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captioning sponsored by macneil/lehrer productions >> brown: europe faced a potential new direction today after voters in france and greece rejected harsh austerity measures. good evening. i'm jeffrey brown. >> ifill: and i'm gwen ifill. on the newshour tonight, we get the latest on the weekend's elections, and what's at stake across the continent. >> brown: then we turn to the presidential contest here in the u.s., as vice president biden stirs new questions over the politics of same-sex marriage. >> ifill: spencer michaels reports on a trendy gourmet treat of the crunchy, crawly variety. >> these are huge. they're usually super abundant and very good to eat. i can put it in barbecue. >> brown: and margaret warner examines the trial of five 9-11 suspects arraigned in a military courtroom on saturday. that's all ahead on tonight's newshour. major funding for the pbs newshour has been provided by: >> this is the at&t network-- a living, breathing intelligence bringing people together to bring new ideas to life. >> look, it's so simple. >> in a year, the bright minds from inside and o
captioning sponsored by macneil/lehrer productions >> brown: the blind chinese activist now in a beijing hospital has changed his mind and wants to come to america, and he spoke by phone to congressmen in washington, saying he fears his family and friends are in danger. good evening. i'm jeffrey brown. >> suarez: and i'm ray suarez. on the newshour tonight, we have the latest on the still unfolding story that's left u.s. officials struggling to resolve a tense diplomatic situation. >> brown: then, on the "daily download," we examine how the campaigns are using twitter hashtags to get out their messages. >> suarez: miles o'brien profiles a small private company trying to position itself for a big role in exploring frontiers in space. >> i'm talking about setting ultimately tens of thousands, virtually millions of people to mars and then going out there and exploring the stars. >> brown: judy woodruff talks with veteran congress-watchers thomas mann and norman ornstein, about extreme partisanship, the subject of their new book, "it's even worse than it looks." >> we've never s
. candidate b, is brown who was a candidate for mayor back then. in these charges the assistant treasurer for the gray campaign is charged with using funds from the gray campaign to purchase money orders. count one talked about a $100 money order. count two talked about a $335 money order. count 3 talked about a $100 money order and they say this money was taken from the gray campaign, money orders were purchased and then the money was turned over to candidate b, and we are told that is brown. the most serious charge carries 20 years in prison, obstruction of justice and what prosecutors are charging in this charge is that the assistant treasurer had the intent to impede, obstruct and influence the investigation, that is the one that gets you serious jail time. just quickly, giving you background, j.c., you call brown, a minor candidate for mayor, claims vincent gray and staffers solicited him to continue criticizing the incumbent mayor at the time. he says it was a quid pro quo situation, that he was promised and given campaign support, and he produced some money orders, at that time. we
and made a surprise visit to afghanistan today. good evening. i'm gwen ifill. >> brown: and i'm geoffrey brown. on the newshour tonight, we get the latest on the president's visit and the agreement he signed with president karzai spelling out the continuing u.s. commitment after american combat troops leave. >> ifill: then our series on the aftermath of the financial crisis continues with a look at how consumers and banks have altered their spending and lending practices. >> brown: ray suarez examines a new study showing a dramatic rise in the number of babies born addicted to prescription painkillers. >> brown: and judy woodruff gets two views on how hard the u.s. should press china over human rights violations. that's all ahead on tonight's newshour. major funding for the pbs newshour has been provided by: >> this is the at&t network-- a living, breathing intelligence bringing people together to bring new ideas to life. >> look, it's so simple. >> in a year, the bright minds from inside and outside the company come together to work on an idea. adding to it from the road, improving it i
are expected today for a memorial service to chuck brown. it's a final goodbye to the man behind the d.c. sound of go go music. >> the doors won't open for hours but a big crowd is expected to show up early. delia goncalves is live at the convention center with a preview. good morning, delia. >> reporter: good morning, mike. a huge crowd expected. you can see that crews have already arrived setting up the barricades for the event that is likely to draw thousands of people. the doors open at 10:00 a.m. you can expect a rush of fans heading interest the doors to get that prime spot. we're told the doors will close when the capacity is reached and that's at 14,500 people. music will certainly mark the service with artists like sugar bear taking the stage. about 10,000 fans lined up for tuesday's viewing and so many more are expected for today's funeral services. chuck brown died two weeks ago at the age of 75 after four decades on the music scene. the creative -- brown taught himself guitar after spending time in jail as a young person. he was released and literally reinvented himself with a sound
the money orders that the gray campaign paid to sulaimon brown. who was then running for mayor. >> these charges come out when the mayor and others are in las vegas at a retail convention. it's hard to get to them for reaction, but this is big. it's that obstruction of justice charge that could send him to prison. >> d.c. mayor had insisted from the beginning after winning the election in 2010 that he did nothing wrong. >> first of all, we never authorized any of that. >> federal prosecutors are convinced there was a lot going wrong that unseated mayor, adrian fenty. >> after people engaged in wrong doing, they need to be held accountable. >> suleiman brown had claimed he was promised a job in the gray administration and his campaign had been given money orders to help him stay in the race to criticize the incumbent. brown got the job, but was eventually fired. >> vincent gray's campaign specifically, mayor vincent gray, gave me cash and money orders to maintain my campaign for mayor, cover living expenses, and attack then mayor fenty during the 2010 mayoral race. >> th
investment to happen. >>> jerry brown is set to unveil his revised budget plan after announcing the state faces an even bigger deficit than predicted. brown said the budget gap will grow almost $7 billion more than expected due to weak tax revenues and slow progress in cutting budgets. the projected shortfall is now $16 billion. tomorrow in los angeles, brown is scheduled to introduce a new fiscal plan and outline how he proposes to fill that budget gap. one effort to recall oakland major gene quan appears to be fizzling out. one plan has until tomorrow to collect signatured needed. there won't be enough time to gather all the required signatures. the southbound group has until july 2nd to -- the second group has until july 2nd to collect the needed signatures. >>> despite indication that is the group had planned to leave, there had been word protesters would remove their farming equipment but instead the university says the group stayed overnight. the occupiers took over the land back on earth day and want to create a community urban farm. the project is set to begin on the land this wee
for former couple rihanna and chris brown. the issue is that chris brown has a new song out. in it he has a verse where he's talking about people not dating his ex-girlfriend because everyone in the industry has had her. >> how do we get back at people in 2012? >> stopped following them on twitter. that is what rihanna immediately did. then chris brown stopped following rihanna. this is very elementary school. and brown also tweeted that people make assumptions and that he did not say any names and if someone took offense if, that someone must feel guilty. let that battle continue. yesterday at the orioles came with the texas rangers in the bullpen where the guys get ready, he took off his jacket and you have two guys wearing the different colored jerseys. so rob the end of doing a quick change and got the blue jerseys so he could match his teammates. >> there you go. he's ready to play. tim tebow is adjusting the lights in new york after he was traded from the broncos to the jets, but his dog is making a change as well. >> i think it was needed. the problem is while he was playing in den
, mid-80s inland. then the return of the 90s, and i am not talking about bobby brown on the "today" show yesterday, talking about hot weather in the bay area. get ready for that. >> that's your prerogative. good call on bobby brown. like we're going to dance going to lunch. >> i'm in the mood. >> all right. >>> coming up, a story that may be hard to swallow for fish lovers. radiation from japan's nuclear disaster showing up in tuna off the california coast. >>> and for the second time this month, northern italy devastated by a powerful earthquake. we have an update coming up. >>> we try to eek out good news from the latest housing report straight ahead. >>> and here is a live look. that's the sonul grade. traffic moving fine. looks to be clear skies there. we will get the muleteolrologis loometeorologist christina loren when we come back. stay with us. re >>> it is being described as a coordinated blow to syrian president assad's regime. expelling diplomats in syria. this follows a massacre of more than 100 on friday. the countries involved in the expulsions are expected to push for toug
. governor brown is proposing deemer cuts to social services. nbc bay area's jodi hernandez joins us from oakland this evening with the new details. good evening, jodi. >> reporter: raj, governor jerry brown delivered the gloomy budget news this morning. he says californians are going to have to brace for bigger cuts than expected and that's a direct result of living beyond our means. >> i'm upset. i'm really upset because this is affecting my family. >> reporter: that's how many people are feeling after governor jerry brown announced his plans to bridge a huge budget hole. recipients like belle could soon be losing their welfare-to-work benefits as the governor looks for ways to cut state spending. >> i'm worried about how i'm going to support my family now, how i'm going to support my 10-year-old daughter, the income, where am i going to get the income. it is going to go, where am i going to support my mom and my daughter? >> reporter: cal works is one of the many programs that will take a hit. governor jerry brown announced the budget deficit is much bigger than he predicted. back in j
, bobby brown's first interview since the death of his ex-wife whitney houston. >> fans, people who say they were close to whitney, say her life went downhill when she met bobby brown. how do you respond to that? >> his answer in a raw and revealing interview with matt. >>> and feeling the heat. a mother charged with child endangerment for taking her 5-year-old daughter to a tanning booth. but she claims it's all a big misunderstanding "today," but she claims it's all a big misunderstanding "today," wednesday, may 2nd, 2012. captions paid for by nbc-universal television >>> and welcome to "today" on this wednesday morning. i'm ann curry. >> good morning, everybody, i'm savannah guthrie. matt is on assignment. and this morning u.s. officials are casting doubt on the taliban's claim that those suicide bombings were tied to president obama's visit, saying it would be hard to pull together a complex attack on such short notice. >> the president used his trip on the one-year anniversary of the death of osama bin laden to outline the future role of the u.s. military in afghanistan. in a speec
on the shakeup at yahoo. a new ceo this morning. >>> and just minutes ago, governor jerry brown laid out details of a new budget plan warning californians about a ballooning deficit. >>> a busy day on two wheels. that's a live look at san francisco from the chopper. some of the business cyclists rolling from northern california to southern california in the amgen tour. the news at 11:00 starts right now. >>> good morning. thanks for being with us. i'm marla tellez. >> i'm jon kelley. a familiar scene for the occupy movement, police versus protesters. berkeley moves in to reclaim a research site. they lined up outside the plot occupied by protesters around 6:00 this morning. they then moved in and cleared out the campers. christie smith has been following this all morning and has new developments as she joins us live from albany. good morning, christie. >> reporter: good morning, jon. uc police put a lot of resources into it. nearly 100 police officers from eight different campuses. they ended up arresting nine people here this morning at occupy, the farm. right now, uc police are standing agains
>>> governor brown is making a new push to raise taxes after new projections show the state budget is in even more dire straits than expected. >> california is looking at a lot more red ink in the state budget with new estimates putting the deficit beyond $15 billion. we will learn more details as the revised budget on monday comes out. but we already know at least one way the governor plans to deal with the deficit. >> reporter: you know, you see this kind of thing in a lot of communities. parents say they already pitch in a lot of their own money to education. and tonight, the governor warned of more cuts to education, and public safety, if voters don't approve those tax hikes in november. >> i'm governor jerry brown -- >> reporter: about a minute into this video, he announced the bad news. >> we're facing a $16 billion hole, not the $9 billion we thought in january. >> i'm not surprised. it's bad. it's our future that they're compromising. >> reporter: tracy joyce has two daughters in school in contra costa and isn't happy to hear education is back on the chopping block. >> i'm
, remembering writer and artist, maurice sendak. he died earlier today after suffering a stroke. jeffrey brown talked with him in 2002. sendak is the author of scores of books, including "where the wild things are." their conversation began with sendak discussing the challenges of creating books with pictures for readers of all ages. >> very difficult form. it is like balancing pictures with words. it is rhythm. it is syncopation. it is where you stop writing and start drawing. it is a continuous thread: words, pictures, words, pictures. it has a tempo, almost a metronome on it. why would children go into a book? so you need to pack stuff into that metronome right from the start so they syncopate with the book. you know that children hum and move when they are reading a book, turning pages, looking at pages. the timing has to be intuitive to an incredible degree. >> brown: but the key to reaching children, you're saying, is this whole interaction? not, say, the story or grabbing them with an image? it is more? >> i'm not doing this because it is designed to entice children. i don't know how to
. stewart says this year's lack of rain has turned things brown and dry extra early. making the bay area vegetation more flammable than ever. >> the point we've never seen it in 20 years of documentation. we've never seen it this low. we would take off instantaneously in a fire. >> reporter: conditions have led to an earlier start to fire season. beginning today cal fire stations across the bay area are staffed and ready to roll. >> they're geared up to basically save people's homes. life and property is our main focus. >> reporter: cal fire officials say conditions are so dangerous this year, it's crucial for homeowners to do their part. >> each homeowner has to do 150-foot clearance so it makes our job easier. it gives us a fighting chance for them. >> reporter: to add fuel to the situation, fire stations across the bay area and state have been forced to cut back. it just could add up to one of the worst fire seasons in recent history. >> i'm nervous and i'm nervous about the type of fire, how big they're going to get this year and the hack of firefighters on the fire ground and it's g
'm in sacramento. governor brown turned in more than 1 million signatures today to get his tax initiative on the november ballot. hard part now is to convince you to vote for it. >> i'm spencer in the accu-weather forecast center hoping for sunny warm mother's day. you might get your wish. stay tune for my accu-weather forecast coming up. >> thank you spencer. >> the search engine lagging behind google. what it is mom? hmm? what does your esophagus look like? let's look it up after school. here. thanks, anita. eww. dad, how did luke cage get his powers? umm... here, i'll show you. [ comic book expert ] luke cage's superhuman powers... thanks, anita. mom, how is paper recycled? anita! anita! [ male announcer ] answer life's most pressing questions. instantly. get high speed internet from at&t for only $14.95 a month for 12 months. at&t. ♪ >> the up and down of the stock market is costing the nation biggest bank millions of dollars. j p morgan chase announced that this afternoon that it has taken 2 billion dollars in trading loss during the past 6 weeks. bank ceo blames sloppine
by oakland school police. after police said brown tried stabbing them with a screwdriver after they approached the car he was sitting in last year. >> to kill him like that, they shouldn't have touched him at all. he wasn't doing no wrong. >> though the officer who shot brown was cleared of any wrong-doing by alameda prosecutors, the feds will now take a closer look. the oakland school district said they have been notified their school police department is the target of a federal investigation. >> we don't feel that regarding these matters we have anything to height. we will be completely accommodating with the federal government and whatever they request. we will provide. >> the district spokesman said it's unclear what federal investigators will be looking at. he said he expects them to also reexamine the circumstances with comments made by the former chief of police. >> that are officer retired and is no longer within the district. that happened promptly after the incident came to light. we moved quickly in that situation. >> davis said she is grateful federal officials are
so the work can get done quickly. >>> governor brown is trying to get the tax hike on the november ballot. brown's campaign says they got 1.5 million signaturetures. they--signatures. the money is going the be used for the schools. >>> look at these pictures who may show the person who vandalized a church. police hope that someone show noe this is man. he damaged the holy cross catholic church. there was a statue painted black and a fount was broken as well. >>> [ indiscernible ] a vehicle without consent, a yellow, a teenager accused of stealing a sports car and our crew is there. >>> a sneak peek inside at a --inside twitters new head quarters. >>> coming up, the temperature change you recollect not expect for tomorrow. and we'll have the warms day of the upcoming week. [ teen ] times are good, aren't they, kids? it's nice having u-verse, isn't it? see back in my day, we didn't have these newfangled wireless receivers. fangled? we had to watch basketball in the living room... that's where the tv outlet was. what is he talking about? and if mom was hosting her book club that day,
of americans think facebook is a passing fad. >>> happening right now in sacramento governor brown's revised budget plan is at a hearing before the senate committee the governor says state is facing a deficit of almost 16 billion dollars. he's calling for cuts including 5% for state employees. schools could get a 16% butte in spending. democrats -- boost in spending. democrats are not happy with the cuts republicans don't like the proposed tax increases. >>> two hours from now sheriff ross mirkarimi will be back in court over a key piece of evidence in the ethics investigation. at issue, whether video of mirkarimi's wife can be used in an administrative hearing on misconduct charges against the sheriff. the video tan by a neighbor shows lopez talk -- taken by a neighbor shows lopez talking and showing a bruise on her arm. the city wants to use that to remove mirkarimi from his position. >>> richmond city council could tax sodas and other drinks. set to vote tonight that would let voters decide on a one cent per ounce tax on sweet drinks saying the revenues would pay for afterschool programs,
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to find this woman when the news media seems to have no trump down so. she said she saw a brown uniform in the hotel room but nothing indicated that he worked for the soon to visit american president. >> she didn't see anything weird anything in particular that could relate this man to obama or any information on the president. >> molly: at least 8 secret service agents have been fired or resigned in the wake of the scandal. the military also is investigating, 12 servicemen caught up in it, as well. the report has been submitted to the commander for review. that report may be released early next week and will make recommendations about any punishment. >> john: molly, thanks so much. >>> the pentagon's investigation into the involvement of military personnel in the colombia affair has been completed. leon panetta told troops at for the benning, georgia it takes just seconds for misconduct to make headlines. wrongdoing by uniformed personnel can hurt morale and put troops at risk. >> they concern us because our enemies will seek to turn them, these incidents in their favor. >> john: the w
and -- that is grim. jack, thank you. >> straight ahead, senator scott brown is caught on camera. don't worry. he got lots of applause. that is next. also, wait until you see what is going on in the streets of where else -- key west. not in this economy. we also have zero free time, and my dad moving in. so we went to fidelity. we looked at our family's goals and some ways to help us get there. they helped me fix my economy, the one in my house. now they're managing my investments for me. and with fidelity, getting back on track was easier than i thought. call or come in today to take control of your personal economy. get one-on-one help from america's retirement leader. by what's getting done. measure commitment the twenty billion doars bp committed has helped fund economic and environmental recovery. long-term, bp's made a five hundred million dollar commitment to support scientists studying the environment. and the gulf is open for business - the beaches are beautiful, the seafood is delicious. last year, many areas even reported record tourism seasons. the progress continues... but that doesn't m
a little later, we speak to former san francisco mayor wil brown about the bridge, the celebrations and the history of the golden gate bridge. >>> there is another bridge that's getting plenty of attention this weekend as well, but for very different reasons. the dunbarton bridge is closed for seismic upgrades this weekend. the work is about one-third of the way done, caltrans says. a new steel plate is being installed across the deck, that plate should allow the it bridge to be move and be flexible during an earthquake. >> replacing the original with a new seismic joint, giving the deck an additional 18 inches of movement in a seismic event. >> officials say they'll have better idea when the bridge will open to traffic tomorrow. as of now, the plan is to have the bridge open in time for the morning commute tuesday. >>> next at 6:00, san jose police investigate the death of a 16-year-old boy this weekend. we'll have the latest on that. >>> also ahead, we'll take you out to the east bay as the family of michelle language meie one day since she disappeared. also the family of sierra l
am governor jerry brown. >>henry: that the governor say that the deficit went from 9 billion to $16 billion. this is the state assemblyman for sampras is the. after the interview he has pointed to some batting practice-laughter. >> the hope for taxes after april 15th was higher. >>henry: at did they not know how much? >> it was portrayed by the governor that it was not as much as they expected. he has a tax revenue issue on the ballot next november. i am very supportive of this. when we see the result of these cuts, that could be a good prompter for people. >>henry: and you think that tax measure has required a chance? your >> i don't know if people are focused yet. it has definitely have a shot. the drama and is when you see your school district having to cut back on and social worker is having been cutbacks. i think san francisco will be supportive. >>henry: what about the controversy on medical marijuana? your >> we would double message by the obama administration we thought that everything was fine, no more raids. all the sudden we got this massive attack. they're closing th
to the big headline of the day. >>> republican senator scott brown out with his first television ad of the massachusetts senate race, painting himself as an independent leader. take a look. >> independent majority has delivered a great victory. my whole life has been about beating the odds. there's absolutely nothing in this world that you can't get if you work hard at it. i've done what i said i was going to do. >> he's turned out to be unpredictability independent and beholden to no one. >> we have more work to do getting this economy working again. working together, we can restore it together. >> brown is also putting the spotlight on his challenger elizabeth warren's claims of native american ancestry, calling on her to release her law school applications. brown says, quote, serious questions have been raised about the legitimacy of elizabeth warren's claims to native american ancestry and whether it was appropriate for her to assume minority status as a college professor. warren has faced questions from the media after it was reported she listed herself as a minority in two law
in february of first-degree murder for the shooting death of wesley brown after an altercation at a restaurant where brown was working security. prosecutors wrapped up their case against john edwards today but it does not appear his mistress, rielle hunter, will testify. edwards has pleaded not guilty to using secret payments to cover up his up -- his affair with hunter. findings about what caused brake problems on real cars will be prevented to date -- presented today. mechanical petite on the friction of rain caught the part to fail twice in january. also today, metro's board will get an update on the rush plus plan. >> today, a fairfax county neighborhood is on edge and police are on high alert after someone abducted and rob a man outside its home. >> the nightmare began wednesday morning along cumberland avenue in springfield. it ended on piedmont place. >> good morning. at this is a very scary ordeal for the 22-year-old victim. he tells police that early yesterday morning he was walking out of this house on cumberland avenue in springfield walking to his car to go to work when he was appr
may be nearly $17 billion. that's a billion dollars more than what governor brown estimate this had week. they estimate facebook will give the state $2 billion boost over the next couple of years. >> it depends on how many people sell, whether they're residents in the state of california can, and what the stock price is. it helps significantly, but we still have a long way to go. >> a long way to go because the state controller says it will take multiple facebooks to close the budget gap. >> it seems governor brown needs to update his knowledge of facebook. during an interview on the cbs national morning show, the governor said his state is where facebook was invented. he added not in texas, not in arizona, not in manhattan. now when the interviewer pointed out zuckerberg developed fa facebook at harvard in massachusetts, governor brown quickly responded the inventors quickly came to california where all the other innovative people are. good save by the governor. we have extensive coverage on our website at nbcbayis area.com. just search facebook. >>> well, he's the man behind the w
demonstrators, police have had to deal with there. our steve brown will join us live outside the chicago courthouse where the suspects were earlier today, coming up inside the fox report. within the hour we expect to hear from that blind chinese activist, remember? he sparked a diplomatic stand off when he escaped house arrest and hid out in or american embassy in that country. a plane carrying chin guanchen ge and his wife, this is video into fox news of him departing china earlier and he's here, ending a month of unternt that tested relation between washington and beijing and it began when cheng sought refuge at the u.s. embassy there after escaping his home. authorities had turned it into a makeshift prison. cutting the human rights advocate off from the rest of the world. but now, again here, in the u.s., where he'll attend law school, we're told at nyu on a fellowship. doug mcelway is live in washington and, i understand they are already putting out the welcome mat. >> reporter: they are, after landing in europe, he's expected to go to manhattan where a welcome ceremony is planned a
with investigators. gore will admit later today to paying off french mayoral candidate sulaimon brown and then destroying records that proved it. >> vincent gray's campaign specifically mayor vincent gray gave me cash and money orders to maintain my campaign for mayor, cover living expenses, and attack then mayor fenty during the 2010 mayoral race. >> if there were people engaged in wrongdoing, they need to be held accountable. >> it's deeply doubling. i know al gore who has done a lot on behalf of the city. he's always been a really good guy so the charges are shocking. >> reporter: that is tommy wells reacting to the charges and the impending plea deal. as you may remember, several gray staffers have been let go, released from their jobs here at the wilson building because of this controversy but certainly thomas gore represents the first person who's been officially charged and is likely to serve some jail time because of it. coming up at 6:30, more on a future of the city after this controversy coming up in a half- hour. back to you. >> thank you, delia goncalves reporting live ou
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